Category: recording studio

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ROGER TAYLOR; Somebody To Love“Queen”.

The Beatles with George’s new Moog Synthesizer…

The Beatles with George’s new Moog Synthesizer during the recording of Abbey Road

Lower pic with Mike Vickers, who had previously conducted the orchestra for “All You Need Is Love,” this time, responsible for programming the synthesizer used on four of the album’s tracks: "Maxwell’s Silver Hammer", “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”, “Here Comes The Sun”, and “Because”.

One more from TheBeatles.com: John’s turn to poke at it!

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Stevie Wonder

1969mccartney:Paul & Mary photographed by …

1969mccartney:

Paul & Mary photographed by Linda at CBS Studios • New York 1970

At work (so to speak) on 1971′s Ram

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George Harrison in the studio with his Epiphone Casino, March 3 1967, via

EPIC clarification in the comments, via @thehague1966: 
“That is Paul’s Epiphone Casino… note strings and strap button location! George likely has cheeky grin due playing w/ strings reversed! 😊”

Thanks for pointing that out! Paul had bought his Casino in 1964, and John and George bought theirs not long after, making it the only guitar that all three owned! Sgt. Pepper was virtually an all-Casino enterprise; other tracks with a notable Casino presence include “Another Girl,” “The Night Before,” “Drive My Car,” “Taxman,” “Revolution,” “Get Back,” and “The End.” More here.

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George Harrison in the studio with his Epiphon…

George Harrison in the studio with his Epiphone Casino, March 3 1967, via

Marvin Gaye at Hollywood’s Golden West Studios…

Marvin Gaye at Hollywood’s Golden West Studios, 1973, by Jim Britt, via therake

Paul & Linda McCartney at work on 1971′s R…

Paul & Linda McCartney at work on 1971′s RAM, my edit of original at facebook

Paul McCartney in the studio with his Epiphone…

Paul McCartney in the studio with his Epiphone Casino, May 11, 1967, via thebeatlesrecording

(Epiphone has a great story about this guitar as Paul’s go-to for years, and which became a favorite of John and George’s as well. And in an interview with GuitarPlayer, Paul says that it’s his favorite to this day.)